Week 1: Lessons 1-5

This week take the time to read TT Learn about The Law.  You have the entire week to finish the book so read it all in one sitting or take your time.  Either way, I want you to do your best to understand the concepts in the book because over the next two weeks, we’ll be doing exercises to reinforce what you learn in the book. This will be the set up for the entire year with the Tuttle Twins series.  Read the book, then take two weeks on various assignments related to the book.  

Week 2: Lessons 6-10

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. WORD SCRAMBLE:  Complete the word scramble with concepts from “The Law” book.  The page is in your binder.  Feel free to pull it out and write directly on the page.  Remember, each of the phrases will be concepts from the book.

2. PICK YOUR PROTEST: You will “Pick Your Protest” by spending some time perusing the Epoch Times.  This is a newspaper site I belong to that produces balanced, fair news about what’s going on in the world.  You can access the site through the link below.

https://www.theepochtimes.com/us-news

Once you’ve honed in on what people are “angry” or “protesting” about, fill out the signs on the Pick Your Protest worksheet provided in your binder.  Feel free to ask for help if you need it.

Week 3: Lessons 11 - 15

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. INTERVIEW: Think about an older, wiser person you’d like to know more about.  Ask them if they’d be willing to do an interview.  Most people would be honored to talk with you about themselves, so don’t be shy.  Come up with 5 to 10 questions to ask them and schedule a time to talk with them.  As the worksheet says, be sure to write down their answers and say Thank you for their time when you are done.  

2. APPLICATIONS:  Take some time to discuss with dad, me, or Taylor about the applications from the book.   Go through each bullet point with them (you don’t have to write anything down, just have a discussion).

3.  **Optional**  This week you also have the option of making the recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies.  Maybe you want to give them to the person you interview as a thank you!

Week 4: Lessons 16 - 20

Read the next book in the Tuttle Twins series Tuttle Twins and the Miraculous Pencil.

Week 5: Lesson 21 - 25

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. DRAW YOUR OWN:  Every item that we own has multiple points of manufacturing–meaning many things come together to make that one times.  As the worksheet in your binder says, draw a family tree for an item around the house.  Use the first circle for the item itself, then draw other circles off of that one to show all the different materials it takes to create that one item.  Look over pages 12-19 in the book to refresh your memory on how a family tree works!

2.DECODE THE MESSAGE: Have a little fun using the decoder key at the bottom of the worksheet in your binder to decode the message learned from the book.

 

Week 6: Lessons 26 - 30

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. PENCIL: A GLOBAL PROJECT:  Let’s revisit geography from last year! Look at the work map using the link below:

https://geology.com/world/world-map.shtml

(you can click on each country to find the smaller regions within it, like states or cities)

Using the map on the internet, label your worksheet with the materials used to make pencils.  Just you numbers to label each material (the first one, Oregon, is done for you, so follow that model).

2. PASS IT ON: Remind me to buy some fun pencils this week.  Then choose 5 friends to gift the pencils to.  Be sure to follow the directions on the Pass it On worksheet and share why pencils are such a cool invention!

3. **Optional** This week you also have the option of making the recipe for I, Pancakes.  Let me know if you’d like to give it a try!

Week 7: Lessons 31-35

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Creature from Jekyll Island.

Week 8: Lessons 36 - 40

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. BUILD A BUSINESS PLAN: I know you like to make money!  Take some time this week to think about how you can provide a good or service to your community. Use the Build A Business worksheet from your binder to write out what your business would look like and think through all the important things necessary for starting your own business.  This is real life stuff! These are all the questions dad had to answer when he was starting Face First Golf.

2. DESIGN YOUR OWN MONEY: Create your own fiat currency.  Make sure to add it’s value and what country or entity it belongs to.  How will you makes sure that people will start using your new currency?  You can answer that questions when you show me what you’ve created on your worksheet in your binder.

 

Week 9: Lessons 41- 45

This week you will only have 1 writing assignment.  It will be a 4-5 paragraph essay on the material learned in The Creature from Jekkyl Island.  I’ve broken down the assignment into daily tasks so you won’t get overwhelmed.  If you need help organizing your paragraphs, please ask!

1. WRITING ASSIGNMENT:  Read over the writing assignment worksheet in your binder.  Take some time each day this week to plan your paper.

Monday:  answer the questions that the worksheet asks.

Tuesday: figure out how to organize those answers into different paragraphs.

Wednesday: write your rough draft and bring it to me for correction.

Thursday/Friday: review corrections with me and write your final draft (I expect it to neat without mistakes).

Week 10: Lessons 46- 50

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Food Truck Fiasco

Week 11: Lessons 51-55

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. THE WORST REGULATIONS: Fill out the worksheet in your binder with 3 regulations the business owners mentioned in the book that hurt their business.

2. MAYOR FOR A DAY: Think about what laws you might pass if you were elected Mayor of Marana.  Fill out the worksheet in your binder with the law you would pass and why you want it.  Remember to consider the questions on the worksheet (is it fair, will it hurt anybody, etc).

Week 12: Lessons 56 - 60

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. MAD LIB: Remember your nouns, verbs, and adjectives?  Fill in the Mad Lib worksheet in your binder to create your own Tuttle Twin story.  

2. CREATE YOUR OWN FOOD TRUCK: Imagine you could cruise around town in your very own Food Truck!  Quest has even asked you to come and serve students one Tuesday a month!  Create your vehicle–complete with name, colors and menu items.  Extra bonus for pricing out the menu!  

3. **Optional** This week you also have the option of making the recipe for Amy’s Pizza.  Let me know if you’d like to give it a try!

Week 13: Lessons 61- 65

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Road to Surfdom

Week 14: Lessons 66 - 70

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. RECALL THE STORY: Use the worksheet in your binder to recall what happened in the story.  What were the problems presented in the pictures.  Write the answer below the pictures and color the pictures if you want.  

2. (UN)INTENDED CONSEQUENCES: Fill out the worksheet in your binder to address the issues that might arise from the new recreation center the city wants to build.  

Week 15: Lessons 71- 75

This week you will only have 1 assignment.  You will be writing and delivering a video report on a local issue in our community.  I’ve broken down the assignment into daily tasks so you won’t get overwhelmed.  If you need help researching or organizing for this assignment, please ask!

1. BE A REPORTER:  Read over the  Be A Reporter worksheet in your binder.  Take some time each day this week to plan your project.

Monday:  Identify a local issue happening in your community (neighborhood, Quest, friend group, etc).

Tuesday: Research the issue online using multiple sources.

Wednesday: write out your thoughts and opinions on what you learned in an organized way so you can make a quick video reporting about the issue.

Thursday/Friday: Video record yourself and do any editing so you can present it to the family after dinner on Friday.

2.**Optional** This week you also have the option of making the recipe for frozen bananas.  Let me know if you’d like to give it a try!

Week 16: Lessons 76- 80

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Golden Rule

Week 17: Lessons 81- 85

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. FAMILY TEAM CHANT: Even though we bicker and have our disagreements, our family unit can stick together and support one another.  Think of the positive things our family has and create a chant highlighting the best things about the Jones family!

2. DESIGN YOUR OWN FLAG: Create a flag for the Jones family.  What would be our mascot?  Our family motto?  Our colors? Thoughtfully design something that you think best represents what we stand for.  

Week 18: Lessons 86- 90

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. MAD LIB: Remember your nouns, verbs, and adjectives?  Come up with your own to complete the story about the Twins time at summer camp.

2. CREATE YOUR OWN COMPETITION: Remember how Jace created a neighborhood competition complete with invitations and prizes.  I’d like you to do something similar.  Invite some friends to go to the park and have a friendly competition day.  Read through the worksheet in your binder to get ideas and follow the steps for a successful time with friends.

3.**Optional** This week you also have the option of making No-Fire S’mores.  Let me know if you’d like to give it a try!

Week 19: Lessons 91- 95

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Search for Atlas. 

Week 20: Lessons 96 -100

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. ARE YOU A STRONGMAN: Think a bit about each member of the family and how they contribute to making our home nice.  Use the worksheet in your binder to list the family members and what each does. Be sure to include all you do to contribute to our happy home. 

2. GROUP DISCUSSION: Read over the questions in the group discussion.  Take some time this week with me so we can talk about these things.  You won’t have to write anything down, just discuss ideas.   

Week 21: Lessons 101- 105

This week you will only have 1 writing assignment.  It will be a 4-5 paragraph essay on the material learned in The Search for Atlas.  I’ve broken down the assignment into daily tasks so you won’t get overwhelmed.  If you need help organizing your paragraphs, please ask!

1. WRITING ASSIGNMENT:  Read over the writing assignment worksheet in your binder.  Take some time each day this week to plan your paper.

Monday:  answer the questions that the worksheet asks.

Tuesday: figure out how to organize those answers into different paragraphs.

Wednesday: write your rough draft and bring it to me for correction.

Thursday/Friday: review corrections with me and write your final draft (I expect it to neat without mistakes).

Week 22: Lessons 106 - 110

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Spectacular Show

Week 23: Lessons 111 - 115

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. CREATE YOUR NETWORK: It is kind of interesting to think about all the people you know and all the interesting connections they have.  And, it’s amazing the opportunities you might get because of these connections.  Now it’s time to use the worksheet in your binder to start listing your network and getting a visual for how connected you are to so many people and opportunities.  

2. MAD LIB: Remember your nouns, verbs, and adjectives?  Create your own story about the Tuttle twins by completing the Mad Lib worksheet in your binder. 

Week 24: Lessons 116 - 120

This week you will only have 1 writing assignment.  It will be a 4-5 paragraph essay on the material learned in Spectacular Show Business.  I’ve broken down the assignment into daily tasks so you won’t get overwhelmed.  If you need help organizing your paragraphs, please ask!

1. WRITING ASSIGNMENT:  Read over the writing assignment worksheet in your binder.  Take some time each day this week to plan your paper.

Monday:  answer the questions that the worksheet asks.

Tuesday: figure out how to organize those answers into different paragraphs.

Wednesday: write your rough draft and bring it to me for correction.

Thursday/Friday: review corrections with me and write your final draft (I expect it to neat without mistakes).

2.**Optional** This week you also have the option of making the recipe for Homemade Ice Cream.  Let me know if you’d like to give it a try!

Week 25: Lessons 121- 125

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Fate of the Future. 

Week 26: Lessons 126- 130

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. PERSUASION VS. COERCION: What’s the difference between persuading someone and coercing them? Use the worksheet in the binder to clarify the definition of each, write it underneath the pictures, then color the pictures if you want.  

2. DECODE THE MESSAGE: Use the decoder key on your worksheet to figure out what the future will be like!

Week 27: Lessons 131- 135

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. YOUR LEGO FUTURE: Grab those LEGOS and get creative building a small city that represents what you would want to see as an adult.  Read through the worksheet in your binder and follow the directions and think about including the suggestions they make to be a part of your society.  

2. GROUP DISCUSSION: Rather than a group discussion, I’d like you to answer these questions on your own on a piece of loose-leaf paper (you’ll find it in the back of your binder).  Answer the questions in complete sentences and then we can discuss your answers.  

3.**Optional** This week you also have the option of making the recipe for Mandazi.  Let me know if you’d like to give it a try!

Week 28: Lessons 136- 140

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Education Vacation.

Week 29: Lessons 141- 145

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. WHAT’S WRONG WITH GRADING: What do you think about grading? Grab a piece of loose-leaf and write down your answers to the questions on the worksheet and then bring it to me so we can discuss it.  

2. FORGET (WHAT?) NOT: It’s the season to plant flowers.  Let’s grab a pot and find a place where we can plant some forget-me-nots.  What would be the purpose of having these reminders in our yard?  What will it help us remember? 

Week 30: Lessons 146- 150

This week you will only have 1 writing assignment.  It will be a 4-5 paragraph essay on the material learned in Education Vacation.  I’ve broken down the assignment into daily tasks so you won’t get overwhelmed.  If you need help organizing your paragraphs, please ask!

1. WRITING ASSIGNMENT:  Read over the writing assignment worksheet in your binder.  Take some time each day this week to plan your paper.

Monday:  answer the questions that the worksheet asks.

Tuesday: figure out how to organize those answers into different paragraphs.

Wednesday: write your rough draft and bring it to me for correction.

Thursday/Friday: review corrections with me and write your final draft (I expect it to neat without mistakes).

Week 31: Lessons 151- 155

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Messed Up Market

Week 32: Lessons 156- 160

This week you have two assignments.  Look them both over at the beginning of the week to understand how much time you’ll need for each one.  Some assignments will take longer than others. You can choose to do them whenever you want–they just need to be completed and shown to me by Friday.

1. PRAXEOLOGY: What is the definition of praxeology?  Write it down under the picture on your worksheet.  Then answer the question on the worksheet by writing on the lines provided.  If you feel like coloring picture, feel free!

2. WHAT’S THE RISK?: Answer the questions from the worksheet on a separate loose-leaf sheet of paper, then let’s discuss the risks!

3. **Optional** This week you also have the option of making the recipe for Gourmet Hot Chocolate.  Let me know if you’d like to give it a try!

Week 33

This week read The Tuttle Twins and the Leviathin Crisis.

Week 34

Look over the worksheets in the binder.  It’s the last week of school so we won’t do any written work, but I would like you to review the questions on some of the pages and think about the lessons you learned from the book.